Affordable Art Fair: Original Paintings, Sculptures, Photos & More
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The last date listed for Affordable Art Fair was Sunday November 10, 2013 / 11:00am - 5:00pm.
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Introduce your little ones to the joys of classical music with this charming adaptation of Prokofiev's musical favorite Peter and the Wolf, part of Seattle Chamber Music Society's annual Summer Festival Family Concert series. Seattle's Northwoods Wind Quintet performs an abridged, 40-minute version of the timeless classic (along with other delightful tales) and introduces children to the family of wind instruments -- flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn -- that represent characters in the story. Before the show, you can visit a musical instrument "petting zoo" in the lobby where kids can see the instruments up close and learn more about them. Learn More
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Featured review from Nadine Tull
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Turns out affordable is a subjective term! Was expecting it to be more emerging art pieces valued at $100-$500 given the description. But found it to be heavier slanted in the $3500-$8000 range.
That said, it was well organized and the people were great. More of issue in the way it was marketed is all..
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This art fair was ridiculous, in that there wasn't much of interest to justify the admission fee, and the prices were NOT affordable. We were there late Saturday afternoon before several events at Seattle Center, and there were very few people...continued
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Children’s activities run Saturday and Sunday at 11:30am and last from 30-45 minutes.
Along with the opportunity to browse and buy the art, guests are welcome to participate in a jam-packed schedule of workshops, lectures and guided tours. Kids can let their imaginations run wild with special children’s activities hosted by The Junior League of Seattle each weekend morning of the fair. Adults can learn about Art Display 101 with Artech Fine Art Services, hear from notable Seattle artist Whiting Tennis about his practice, learn about how Jean Bradbury, another Seattle-based artist has been helping Syrian refugees with her project, Studio Syria, or sit down for a curator talk with Sharon Arnold of LxWxH Gallery, who has chosen this year’s artists for the Recent Graduates Exhibition.